Baytown is a city in both Chambers and Harris counties in the state of Texas, and it is located in the Gulf Coast region of the state. Baytown is located within the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land Metropolitan Statistical Area, and currently has a population of over 71,000 residents. Baytown was once a principal city of the metropolitan area it sits in, but recent growth in The Woodlands has resulted in The Woodlands becoming the third primary city of the metro area. Nonetheless, Baytown is still a popular auto transport location within Texas.

Baytown’s history begins with three separate towns, all of which were founded around the early 1820’s. At the time, the railroad companies were building through Texas like crazy, and this resulted in the three original towns all growing relatively quickly. In 1848 the three different cities were consolidated into one: Baytown, which was officially founded in 1848. Growth would remain steady over the following century, and Baytown was finally incorporated in 1948. Today, Baytown today is primarily an industrial town within the metro area, and it is currently the fourth-largest city in the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Baytown’s climate is similar to that of cities such as Houston and Sugar Land, as it sits near to those major cities. As such, average daily highs in the summer tend to reach into the low-to-mid 90’s, though daily highs over triple digits are not unheard of. Overnight lows tend to drop down into the low-to-mid 60’s during the summer, which is about the same as the daily highs during the winter months. During the winter, average lows tend to drop down into the low-to-mid 30’s overnight, though like many areas of Texas snow in Baytown is relatively uncommon and rarely seen.

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